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    i'm going to try this out next weekend when i don't work
    96 Mustang: Shorty Headers, X-pipe, Electronic cut out, Air silencer Delete, K&N air filter, really sticky tires
    (14.32 @ 96.7mph)

    02 bugeye: exedy oem clutch, kybAGX struts, momo short-throw shifter, steel braided brake lines, stoptech rotors and stock rims (the 17inch wheel just weighed too much), 14.232 @ 94.75mph

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    I took my clock apart and saw what looked like a spot that needed to be resoldered. So I did so but to no avail.. i guess my lcd is out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeythejew View Post
    Years or months old, not miles on a clocks life.
    5 years on this clocks life. RIP

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    My clock dies sometimes too. It keeps coming on and off, but it keeps time. I just pull up on it gently and it sometimes comes back on. So i think it might just be an illumination wire is loose.

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    Clock repair?

    Hi everybody,

    Don't forget to look here for the digital clock repair:

    Has anyone's clock died?

    Dave
    '02 WRX wagon
    '03 F650CS
    '97 PC800

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    I recently had my car at an indoor car show, so I had to disconnect the battery. When I re-connected it, I noticed that my clock was dimming out.
    It came on and off for like a day or so everytime I started my car. Now its just dead.

    I like hte cell phone holder post, but I think mine will shoot out when I accelerate or slide around and annoy me.

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    i did the sodering thing yesterday and it worked
    96 Mustang: Shorty Headers, X-pipe, Electronic cut out, Air silencer Delete, K&N air filter, really sticky tires
    (14.32 @ 96.7mph)

    02 bugeye: exedy oem clutch, kybAGX struts, momo short-throw shifter, steel braided brake lines, stoptech rotors and stock rims (the 17inch wheel just weighed too much), 14.232 @ 94.75mph

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    after looking at buymywit's detailed write up (great job BTW buymywit I took as second look at my 510 diode thingy and sure enough I needed to resolder mine as well!

    Once I resoldered it, PRESTO!

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